Peer tutoring services for a pathophysiology and therapeutics course have historically been made available to pharmacy students, but they were greatly underutilized. The role of peer tutors had been exclusively to hold office hours during which students could ask questions or review material. Peer tutoring services were updated and expanded based on the needs of the students. The objectives of this project were to develop, implement, and assess the impact of peer-led organized weekly review sessions in a pathophysiology and therapeutics course.
Ashworth, Alyssa L.; Lam, InLok; Moore, Nicole E.; and Lull, Melinda E., "Development and implementation of peer-led weekly review sessions and the assessment of their impact on student learning" (2014). Doctoral External Publications. Paper 5.
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